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  • I Am From Above

    Contributed by Rick Burdette on May 21, 2018

    How We See Jesus, How We See Other People

    I AM - I AM from Above May 27, 2018 John 8:12-23 (p. 746) Introduction: [For the 15 years I ministered in Louisville I had the privilege of being on WJIE the Christian radio station 3 times a day doing a “Ministry Minute.” 60 seconds of encouragement, scripture, or more

  • Transfiguration Sunday, Year B

    Contributed by Garth Wehrfritz- Hanson on Feb 24, 2003
    based on 229 ratings

    How we see Jesus determines our response to him.

    Sermon for Transfiguration Sunday, Yr B, 2/03/2003 Based on Mk 9:2-9 Grace Lutheran Church, Medicine Hat, Alberta By Pastor Garth Wehrfritz-Hanson There was a man who went to his doctor and expressed the following concern: “Doc, I’m really worried. Every time I drink a cup of coffee, I feel more

  • God's Undo For Sin

    Contributed by Keith Davis on May 5, 2003
    based on 45 ratings

    Learning about the wonderful forgiveness of God.

    Title: God’s “Undo” For Sin! Text: 2 Corinthians 5:16-21 Introduction: I love my computer. Many features on it make my job so much easier and much more efficient. How many in our audience have their very own Personal Computer in their home? 1. What do you like best about more

  • Following Jesus To The Cross #3 - Dead Man Walking Series

    Contributed by Mark Thornton on Nov 21, 2001
    based on 265 ratings

    This is the third message in a series that looks at Jesus final few days before He was crucified. This message considers the anxiety that Jesus was feeling and how He faced His fears on the way to the cross.

    INTRODUCTION If you were given a choice, how would you Choose to Die? -- In an accident - quick & relatively painless? -- In your sleep? -- Surrounded by your friends and loved ones? Of course, none of us are given the choice of how we die -- we don’t know until the moment comes. Jesus, more

  • The Real Insurgency, Pt. 3 Series

    Contributed by Jim Cunningham on Sep 2, 2006
    based on 4 ratings

    Third in a series looking at spiritual warfare not on the basis of popular Christian views, but based on the biblical text.

    The third and hopefully last in this series on spiritual warfare. To go back and recap: 1) So much has been written in the last 35 years, much of it with wild sounding terms like spiritual mapping, casting down strongholds, generational curses and binding spirits. I am not saying, nor have I more

  • Enslaved No More Series

    Contributed by Peter Loughman on Oct 20, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    We too were enslaved once. We too were held down by the bonds of sin, and yes, we can remain in slavery on account of our ignorance. We are no longer slaves, we are now in fact sons, entitled to the full rights of an heir.

    William Knibb sailed for Jamaica in November of 1824. He traveled to replace his missionary brother Thomas, who had died just a few months before his departure from England. His school in Jamaica dedicated to the children of slaves prospered. Slaves flocked from the sugarcane fields every night more

  • Mary, Did You Know? Series

    Contributed by Mike Gilbert on Dec 23, 2007
    based on 11 ratings

    Mary might not have known the details, but today we do, and how we respond to Jesus is the most important perception and decision we’ll ever make.

    Intro> Mary, did you know? It’s a beautiful song and was presented beautifully here this morning, but it’s a song that asks a singular question that is actually very easy to answer... ->NO, Mary didn’t know. --There’s no way she really would have known all that was going to occur in the life of more

  • Who Cares About Church? Series

    Contributed by Jim Drake on Apr 8, 2008
    based on 11 ratings

    Too often we think of salvation only in terms of our "personal salvation." But Jesus not only saves us as individuals, He saves us to be part of His local body. Jesus cares enough about His local churches that He is pictured as walking in our midst. How

    1. Jesus is intimately involved in His local church as our mediator 2. Jesus is intimately involved in His local church as our purity 3. Jesus is intimately involved in His local church as our judge 4. Jesus is intimately involved in His local church as our authority I am as excited as I have more